WHO official says the more times an individual gets COVID-19, the more likely they are to be 'unlucky' and get 'long COVID'
Listen to The Refresh: Insider's real-time news brief. A World Health Organization official said on Monday that the more times an individual gets infected with COVID-19, the more likely they are to be "unlucky" and contract long-term health effects from the virus. "The more times you get it, the more …
National Officer of the GMB Union, Nadine Houghton, told Sky News that on Monday (June 27th) an airline worker in Birmingham airport was 'dragged' over the counter by a disgruntled customer. She also revealed that staff have received homophobic abuse and been spat at by angry travellers. Airports across the country have faced staff shortages, which have led to airlines cancelling flights, excessive amounts of lost luggage and frustrated passengers. Click here to sign up for our newsletters.